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6.2.1 Purpose

6.2.2 Furniture and effects – loss on sale

6.2.3 Furniture and effects – amount of reimbursement

Guidance

Example 1: A member's stored goods are valued at $200. They sell them for $140, a loss of $60. Storage has cost the Commonwealth $100 at the time the member sells the goods. The member is not eligible for reimbursement. They do not have to pay the $40 gap.

Example 2: A member's stored goods are valued at $200. They sell them for $60, a loss of $140. Storage has cost the Commonwealth $100 at the time the member sells the goods. The member is eligible for a $40 reimbursement.

6.2.4 Private vehicles – loss on sale

Guidance

In the total workforce system, a member on continuous full-time service may be described as a member in Service category 6 or 7. A member who is in Service category 3, 4 or 5 and Service option C is also on continuous full-time service.

6.2.5 Private vehicles – amount of reimbursement

Guidance

Example: Incidental costs might include advertising.

Guidance

Example: Incidental costs might include advertising.

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